Much of my work is created in small runs, are limited editions or are one-of-a-kind original pieces. Most of the goods are made in-house but when additional skills are needed I call on a number of very clever friends whose artisan studios are all within a small radius of my home. The launch of new artwork or goods will always be shared with my mailing list first and soon after on my instagram feed @jo.olive.artist. If you have seen something on IG that catches your eye, please contact me for availability (it may still be in the studio!). From time to time I attend market events or host workshops. The mailing list is the best place to find out when these things are happening in your neck of the woods.
Although I don't accept commissions as a rule, I'm more than happy to chat ideas and possibilities, so please don't hesitate to get in touch. If you have an interesting idea for a collaboration or exhibition, I'd love to hear about it.
If ordering a limited edition print, please allow 1 week for the printing of your artwork PLUS add the shipping times below for an estimate of delivery time.
All orders will receive a courtesy email to notify you of your item shipping date and estimates time of delivery.
Please note: Please allow up to two weeks for domestic mail and 3 weeks for international mail delivery at exceptionally busy times of the year such as Christmas, New Year & Easter.
I offer a full refund if you are unhappy with the quality of your purchased items. All refunds are subject to the the following terms:
What is a giclee print?
Giclee prints are also known as pigment prints. They are high quality fine art prints that use pigment inks combined with high quality archival papers to produce reproductions with an exceptional gallery standard finish and superior longevity. I work with professional printers who scan, size and print my work with care. Their experience ensures that my work is faithfully reproduced and will last a lifetime if properly stored and displayed. With suitable treatment, giclee prints will last up to and beyond 250years.
What paper stocks are used when printing?
I use a 100% smooth cotton rag stock for my giclee prints. At 310gsm it is a heavy weighted paper without being too rigid. Cotton rag fibres are sourced from remnant waste from the textile industry, they are long and strong and create a paper of great durability. This stock has a clean white tone without being cold or stark.
What print sizes are available?
Do you offer framing?
Framing is such a subjective beast! So I highly recommend taking your print or artwork to a professional for custom framing. Unless specified, each print is of varying size, so off the shelf framing may not work in this instance.